medical surgical nursing - I important questions for bsc second year

BSC NURSING SECOND YEAR ‘MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING’ IMPORTANT QUESTIONS – INC SYLLABUS AND RGUHS 

BSC NURSING SECOND YEAR ‘MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING’ IMPORTANT QUESTIONS – INC SYLLABUS AND RGUHS

 
LONG ESSAYS


  1. Post Operative nursing management of radical mastectomy  and complications of radical mastectomy
  2. A. Classify anaemias b. list down the clinical features of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia c. describe the different mode of treatment for chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
  3. Define nephritic syndrome. Explain the pathophysiology of nephritic syndrome. Describe the nursing management of using nursing process
  4. Write the pathophysiology and clinical manifestations of hypertension. Give the health education related to diet and medications
  5. Write the etiology and clinical manifestations of renal calculi. Explain the invasive and non invasive surgical methods of management. Explain the post operative nursing management based on three nursing diagnosis
  6. Peptic ulcer disease. Write the difference between gastric and duodenal ulcer. Explain patho physiology of peptic ulcer disease. Describe the surgical management
  7. Define fracture. List the different types of fracture. Explain the nursing management of patient with lower limb fracture on plaster of paris based on problems
  8. Hypertension. Mention the risk factors of hypertension. Discuss the pathological process in hypertension. Plan on an health education on life style modification, diet and medication regime
  9. Define atherosclerosis. Explain the stages of atherosclerosis. Explain the risk factors for development of atherosclerosis
  10. Diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis. Explain the clinical manifestations. Write a nursing care plan for rheumatoid arthritis based on three prioritized nursing diagnosis
  11. Define osteomyelitis. Discuss the pathophysiology of osetomyelitis. Explain the treatment modalities
  12. Define diabetes mellitus. List the complications of diabetes mellitus. Explain the nursing management of a patient  with diabetes mellitus
  13. Differentiate between gastric and duodenal ulcer. Discuss the medical, surgical and nursing management of a patient with peptic ulcer
  14. Explain the etiological factors and pathophysiology of bronchial asthma. Explain the management of client with status asthmaticus
  15. Explain the etiopathophysiology of intestinal obstruction. Explain the post-operative management of client with colostomy
  16. Define Rheumatic Heart Disease. Describe the etiology and pathophysiology of RHD. Write the nursing management of patient  following valve replacement surgery
  17. Define cholelithiasis. List down the methods of non surgical removal of gall stones. Describe the post operative nursing care
  18. Define cirrhosis of liver. List the etiology and clinical manifestations. Prepare a nursing care using nursing process
  19. Mention the types of renal calculi. List the clinical manifestations and diagnostic procedures used to diagnose renal calculi. Describe the pre and post operative nursing care
  20. Write the complications of diabetes mellitus. Plan health education related to care of feet and diabetic diet
  21. Write the common causes and types of congestive heart failure. List the signs and symptoms of chronic congestive heart failure. Explain the nursing management of this patient based on three nursing diagnosis
  22. List the etiology and clinical manifestations. Explain the nursing management based on three nursing diagnosis
  23. Define benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Explain the pathophysiological basis of clinical manifestations and diagnostic measures in BPH. Explain the post operative management of a client who has undergone transurethral resection of prostate (TURP)
  24. List down clinical manifestations of COPD. Discuss the pathophysiology of chronic bronchitis  and emphysema. Write the nursing care plan based on 5 prioritized nursing diagnosis
  25. What is bronchogenic carcinoma. List the causes, signs and symptoms and diagnostic tests.
  26. What are the signs and symptoms of fracture. Explain the management of skin traction. What health education you would plan
  27. What is renal calculi. List the signs and symptoms and diagnostic investigations done for renal calculi. Mention the methods of treating renal stones and write the nursing interventions to be provide to a patient in relation to relieving of pain and discomfort, prevention of recurrences of renal stones, monitoring and managing of potential complications.
  28. What is cirrhosis of liver. List the clinical manifestations of cirrhosis of liver. Write the nursing management based on three priority nursing diagnosis
  29. Briefly explain classification of burns. Calculate the fluid requirements for a patient aged 40 years with 60 % burns. Discuss the problems the patient may develop and write nursing care plan for two priority problems
  30. List the types of leukaemia. Write the nursing management
  31. Write a assessment of head injury. Explain the nursing management including rehabilitation
  32. Write the medical management of congestive cardiac failure including dietary management. Write the nursing care plan based nursing diagnosis
  33. Explain the various approaches used in prostate surgery. Enumerate the nursing management following TURP
  34. Explain the principles underlying haemodialysis. Briefly explain the complications to be observed during and after haemodialysis
  35. write medical management of renal failure. Discuss the nursing management using nursing process approach


 
 

SHORT ESSAYS


  1. Treatment modalities in cancer
  2. Care of diabetic foot
  3. Chest physiotherapy
  4. Haemophilia
  5. Hypertensive crisis
  6. Pathology of fracture
  7. Intake and output chart
  8. Hepatic coma
  9. Organization of C.C.U
  10. Thombo Angitis Obliterans
  11. Care of patient with inter costal drainage
  12. Pre operative teaching
  13. Acne vulgaris
  14. Types of fracture
  15. Infection control measures
  16. Bio medical waste management
  17. Pain management techniques
  18. Blood transfusion
  19. Hemorrhoids
  20. Nursing management of a patient with nephritic syndrome
  21. Types of food poisoning and its prevention
  22. Pathophysiology in diabetes mellitus
  23. Hepatitis and its management
  24. Treatment for peduculosis
  25. Complications of cirrhosis of liver
  26. Bladder irrigation
  27. Nursing care of a patient on blood transfusion
  28. Osteoporosis
  29. Health education on prevention of diabetic foot
  30. Colostomy care
  31. Nurse’s responsibilities in blood transfusion
  32. Post operative nursing care of a client after TURP
  33. Home care management of psoriasis
  34. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
  35. Biomedical waste management
  36. Define anesthesia. Explain the types of anesthesia
  37. Positions for common surgical procedures
  38. Surgical approaches of benign prostatic hypertrophy
  39. Process of inflammation
  40. Nursing care of unconscious patient
  41. Lung abscess
  42. Colostomy care
  43. Anti-hypertensive drugs
  44. Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation
  45. Wound healing process
  46. Management of a client with Chest Tube drainage
  47. Explain the stages of shock
  48. Emergency management of patient with myocardial infarction
  49. Nursing management of patient following Trans Urethral Resection of Prostate (TURP)
  50. Cryptorchidism
  51. Diabetes insipidus
  52. Osteoporosis
  53. Prevention of HIV infection
  54. Explain the role of nurse in organ donation
  55. Describe the preoperative preparation of patient undergoing abdominal surgery
  56. Explain the current CPR guidelines
  57. Describe the nursing responsibilities during thrombolytic therapy
  58. Explain pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus
  59. Explain the causes and management of psoriasis
  60. Explain the current schedule of short course chemotherapy for tuberculosis
  61. Explain about prevention of transmission of HIV infection among adults
  62. Types of vascular access and complications of hemodialysis
  63. Esophago gastroduodenoscopy
  64. Causes of gastritis
  65. Tracheostomy care
  66. Etiology classification of anemia
  67. Etiology and clinical manifestations of hypo thyroidism
  68. Nursing management of a patient with osteoarthritis
  69. Classification of anesthesia
  70. Explain the management of a patient with myocardial infarction in the first 24 hours
  71. Role of a nurse in organ donation
  72. Role of a nurse in cardiac rehabilitation
  73. Nursing care of a patient with colostomy
  74. Pathophysiology in  diabetic insipidus
  75. Infection control in operation theatre
  76. Techniques for pain management
  77. Pathophysiology in pulmonary tuberculosis
  78. Causes of acute renal failure
  79. Radiation protection standards
  80. Buerger’s disease
  81. Glucose tolerance test
  82. Cushing syndrome
  83. Paget’s disease
  84. Hernia
  85. Treadmill test
  86. Prevention of food poisoning
  87. Paracentesis
  88. Long term complications of diabetes mellitus
  89. Osteoporosis
  90. Anaemias
  91. Psychological considerations in intensive care unit
  92. Malabsorption syndrome
  93. Fractures
  94. Side effects of chemotherapy and its management
  95. Prevention of scabies
  96. Broncho dilators
  97. Rehabilitation of a patient with rheumatoid arthritis
  98. Care of a patient with tetanus
  99. Etiology and medical management of intestinal obstruction
  100. Diet plan for a patient with diabetes mellitus
  101. Patho physiology of myocardial infarction
  102. Approaches to patient care
  103. Health education for a patient with urinary tract infection
  104. Peritoneal dialysis
  105. Pathophysiology of cirrhosis of liver
  106. Post operative complications of abdominal surgery
  107. Difference between hypo and hyper thyroidism
  108. Mode of treatment for fracture
  109. Fluid management of burns
  110. Nursing care of unconscious patient
  111. Complications of chemotherapy
  112. Amoebiasis
  113. Antihypertensive drugs
  114. Oral hypoglycemic
  115. Diet for a patient with renal calculi
  116. Pathophysiology of peptic ulcer
  117. Rehabilitative aspects of patient care
  118. Health education for a patient with plaster cast
  119. Risk factors for hypertension  


 

SHORT ANSWERS


  1. Kyphosis
  2. Types of kidney stones
  3. Haemorrhoids
  4. Complications of hypertension
  5. Diabetic neuropathy
  6. Gangrene
  7. Orchitis
  8. Spinal anaesthesia
  9. Shock
  10. Urticaria
  11. Emphysema
  12. Colostomy care
  13. Leukaemia
  14. Gynecomastia
  15. Thoracentesis
  16. Osteomalacia and osteoporosis
  17. Cardio pulmonary resuscitation
  18. Renal regulation of water balance
  19. Types of pneumothorax
  20. Atelectasis
  21. Spondilitis
  22. Psoriasis
  23. Skin graft
  24. Tracheostomy
  25. Arthritis
  26. Inguinal hernia
  27. Principles of dialysis
  28. Define hemophilia
  29. Cushing’s syndrome
  30. Tracheostomy care
  31. Tetanus
  32. Osteomalacia
  33. Dermatitis
  34. Epispadiasis and hypospadiasis
  35. Diabetes mellitus
  36. Thalassemia
  37. Hydronephrosis
  38. Incontinence
  39. Bronchiectasis
  40. Pleural effusion
  41. Types of anemia
  42. Complications of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  43. Raynaud’s disease
  44. Etiology of renal calculi
  45. Defibrillation
  46. Portal hypertension
  47. Anti-tubercular drugs
  48. Urinary Incontinence
  49. Types of anaesthesia and methods of administration
  50. Gynaecomastia
  51. Causes and prevention of Dengue fever
  52. Types of Anesthesia
  53. ECG changes in hyperkalemia
  54. Pleural effusion
  55. Mantoux test
  56. Define thrombocytopenia
  57. Clinical features in cretinism
  58. Write any two specific non-invasive diagnostic procedures done in cardiac diseases
  59. Indicate two reasons to follow rotation of site for insulin administration
  60. Name two opportunistic infections among AIDS patients
  61. Classify hemophila
  62. List two suture materials and its uses
  63. List four major duties of scrub nurse
  64. Specify the incubation period for poliomyelitis
  65. Write two important clinical manifestations of left ventricular failure
  66. What is DASH diet
  67. List two complications of tracheostomy
  68. Intake and output chart
  69. Dumping syndrome
  70. Hepatitis A virus
  71. Barium enema
  72. Atelectasis
  73. Vomiting
  74. Normal ECG
  75. Hyperkalemia
  76. Inflammation
  77. Surgical asepsis
  78. Edema
  79. Intussusceptions
  80. Oxygen toxicity
  81. Parotitis
  82. Steatorrhoea
  83. Percutaneous Transluminal coronary angioplasty
  84. Gas gangrene
  85. Volkmann’s Ischemic Contracture
  86. Digoxin
  87. Types of anemia
  88. Scoliosis
  89. Prevention of hepatitis B
  90. Lichen planus
  91. Flail chest
  92. Atherosclerosis
  93. Cystitis
  94. Scabis
  95. Tracheostomy
  96. Sigmoidoscopy
  97. Lichen planus
  98. Warning signs of cancer
  99. Thyroid strom
  100. Vasodilator
  101. Glossitis
  102. Lordosis
  103. Pneumonectomy
  104. Glucose tolerance test
  105. Types of shock
  106. Orchitis
  107. Total hip replacement
  108. Cause and spread of pediculosis
  109. Uses of splints
  110. Causes of pericarditis
  111. Laryngitis
  112. Medical therapy for malaria
  113. Cystitis
  114. Fissure
  115. Vasodilators
  116. Principles of medicine administration
  117. Compartment syndrome
  118. Varicocele
  119. Peticheal haemorrhage
  120. Eczema
  121. Deep vein thrombosis
  122. Mega colon
  123. Aneurysms
  124. Rule of nine
  125. Cause and prevention of cholera
  126. Nephritis
  127. Etiology of hyperthyroidism

 

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